‘We Don’t Hold Regulatory Actions For Press’ – Inside FDA’s Communications Difficulties And Misinformation Fights
Internal US FDA emails illustrate the difficulties coordinating regulatory decisions and communications about them as the agency considers growing its allies in the war against misinformation.
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